does both. >> when he was 12 years old, matt nadel decided to start a blog about baseball. >> the reason i started that is because a lot of people in my school, when i talked about baseball history, they didn't really know about it. so i decided to teach them baseball history with a blog. >> at the age of 15, matt's blog not only has over 125,000 followers, but he is also one of the youngest sportswriters ever. matt thinks this success is due to one thing -- history. >> i guess sports bloggers really talk about current stuff. and i think what makes me unique is that i talk about history and i have my own spin off of it, which is just giving my opinion and talking about what i like to talk about. >> not content with his success, matt has also started a video blog channel on youtube, under his name -- matt nadel. >> hey, baseball fans. matt nadel here in "baseball with matt," live from springfield, new jersey, at the newly-renovated "baseball with matt" studio! it's basically just me giving information maybe about baseball history. it's usually stuff about current baseball. predicti
matt with "teen kids news." >> most of us know that sugary drinks can be unhealthy. but sugar is not the only thing we need to be careful about. daniella explains. >> when it's time to focus, do you reach for a caffeinated drink, like soda, coffee, or tea? if you do, you could be reaching for trouble. more than just a chemical compound. it's actually a mood-altering drug. that means it gives you ups and downs, sort of like being on an unpleasant merry-go-round ride. on the upside, caffeine can give you a short-term energy boost, but here is the downside. caffeine can also cause anxiety, the jitters, and trouble sleeping. and when it wears off, you can feel sluggish. even worse, if you drink caffeine on a regular basis, your body begins to crave it. so when you don't get caffeine, you could have withdrawal symptoms, including headaches and difficulty concentrating. and that's not good for your schoolwork. so, whether it's soda, coffee, or tea, go for decaf. you are under enough pressure from school as it is. don't let caffeine make things even harder. i'm daniella for "teen kids news.
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